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Addon SKNoise | The Addon to Generation 1.0

The Addon That Includes Noise! (No, not sound.)

  1. Normalized, bStats, and more

    I lowkey forgot to update the resource here, this is a quick summary of what was changed.

    The expression was made more efficient

    Noise Noise expressions were given a syntax to allow locations ((perlin|simplex) noise at %location%)

    (0.1.2 - 0.1.4)

    Seed Seed expression was originally set to return a list, this changed that
    Noise These expressions were given parameters for octaves, frequency, and amplitude! Also fixed an issue with the original syntax

    This is update reduced the file size by a ton, by removing skript from being bundled with the build, it reduced the file size from ~2.7mb to ~42kb

    This update also changed the syntax by a lot for noise expressions.
    Perlin Syntax
    Code (Text):
    1. [sknoise] perlin [noise] at [x] %number%[,] [[y] %-number%[(,|[,] and) [z] %-number%]] [(1¦with octaves %-integer%[,] frequency %-number%(,|[,] and) amplitude %-number%)]
    3. [sknoise] perlin [noise] at [(loc|location)] %location% [(1¦with octaves %-integer%[,] frequency %-number%(,|[,] and) amplitude %-number%)]


    Code (Text):
    1. [sknoise] simplex [noise] at [x] %number%[,] [[y] %-number%[(,|[,] and) [z] %-number%]] [(1¦with octaves %-integer%[,] frequency %-number%(,|[,] and) amplitude %-number%)]
    3. [sknoise] simplex [noise] at [(loc|location)] %location% [(1¦with octaves %-integer%[,] frequency %-number%(,|[,] and) amplitude %-number%)]
    The expressions were given the Normalized parameter at the beginning of the syntax

    [normalized] (simplex|perlin) noise
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